|By Marketwired .||
|April 15, 2014 01:00 AM EDT||
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwired) -- 04/15/14 -- ISI Emerging Markets, the leading provider of hard-to-get business information on emerging markets, today announced it has changed its name to EMIS.
The company announced that this is a brand name change only. There will be no change to its products, services, management or ownership. EMIS will continue to remain an integral part of Euromoney Institutional Investor Plc.
"We are carrying out these changes as we know our branding approach has confused customers in the past, and this is an opportunity to bring a clear and fresh brand to the marketplace," states Guy Dunn, Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
EMIS's flagship information products EMIS and EMISPRO have changed their names to EMIS Intelligence and EMIS Professional respectively. Again, this is a name change only. There is no change to the actual products, which will remain an essential tool for professionals making investment decisions in emerging markets.
Founded in 1994, EMIS (formerly known as ISI Emerging Markets) was acquired by Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC in 1999. EMIS works from over 15 offices around the world to deliver electronic information products, by subscription, to institutional customers globally. EMIS provides hard-to-get information covering more than 100 emerging markets. Its flagship products are EMIS Intelligence and EMIS Professional.
EMIS clients include top investment banks, corporations, law firms, consultants, investment and insurance companies, universities and libraries, multilateral organisations, and others.
For more information, or to receive a free trial of EMIS, please visit www.emis.com
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